The Report Cards survey the civil domestic violence protection order laws of all fifty states and the District of Columbia, assessing their impact on teens seeking protection from abusive relationships.Here are the highlights from the 2010 State Law Report Cards: Thank you to the attorneys of Latham and Watkins, LLP and the University of Minnesota researchers who generously gave their time to this project.*Printed copies of report cards are available only upon parental request.Requests for printed copies must be provided to the school’s Principal.There may be up to a 3 day delay from the Family Access posting of report cards to the printed cards’ availability at the school.DEADLINES: Final Grades are to be reported to University Registrar within 48 hours after the final exam. Grades must be submitted (all campuses) no later than P. You should have the most up-to-date web browser to access Faculty Access.Unfortunately, teens often face overwhelming obstacles to these basic legal protections, many of which are written into their states' laws.
Step 1: Submit your post-secondary institution (PSI) choices form Step 2: Gather your required documents Step 3: Log in to the UBC Student Service Centre Step 4: Upload your report cards Step 5: Enter your grades Step 6: Check your application status frequently Your first step is to submit your PSI choices form to the BC Ministry of Education.After a few years off, Break the Cycle is back to work updating the State Law Report Cards. Obviously, some states have changed their laws since we published the 2010 State Law Report Cards.If you know of a change or want an update on your state, email us at [email protected] is mandatory and failure to self-report will result in an automatic cancellation of your application.If you have already graduated from high school or are upgrading your high school courses after graduation, you do not self-report your grades.